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The Princeton union. (Princeton, Minn.) 1876-1976, November 14, 1912, Image 5

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Qeorge I. Staples la the only person who la
Authorized to collect money due this offloe In
every ease the party paying money is entitled
to and should insist upon receiving a printed
reoeipt. R. Dxnm. Publisher.
Nelson's photos please the people.
Wanted, shoats and chickens at
the Ideal Restaurant. 44-tfc
T. E. Potts was down from Wahkon
on Monday attending to business at
the court house.
C. H. Nelson's weekly budget of
store news in this number makes in
teresting reading.
The fall term of the district court
will convene in Princeton on Mon
day, November 18.
Highest market prices paid for
clover seed and timothj seed at Caley
Hardware Co.'s store. 47-tfc
A supper and sale will be given at
the old Maccabee hall b\ the Dorcas
society on December 4.
Fred Hass arrived here from Min
neapolis last week for a few days'
visit with relathes, and friends.
A. G. Laison of Albeit Lea, who
was hunting in Mille Lacs county,
called at the Union office \esterdaj.
Leon Neelj, who has been holding
a position as pharmacist in a store
at Mai ion, N armed home on
Frida\.
A dance will be gnen at Tony
Betzlei's hall in Gieenbush on the
evening of No'\ ember 23, fr\ Peterson
& Shaw 1 tp
The first election foi the Milage of
Wahkon will be held next Mondav,
when officer', foi the ensuing \ear
will be chosen.
Attorney Noiton of the Anti
Saloon league addressed audiences at
the Congregational and Methodist
chinches on Sunda\.
Rev W Vchteikirch will hold
sei ices next Sunday the Meth
odist chinch. Gieenbush, at 10 a. m.
and in Geimam at 3 p. m.
Tomonow e\ening the Epworth
league will gn a birthday party in
the chuich parlors, and the public is
lespectiulh imited to attend.
Read the ad of A E Allen & Co.panied
on the last page of this numbei. I
will tell \ou all about the big open
ing ot wmtei and holiday goods.
The aimon oi Compam is be
ginning to assume shape and one can
leadih see that the building will be
a handsome one when completed.
Theic is no imprc\cment in the
condition of Mi Kectelhodt
and Mis. Otto Walters, who have
been at th- Noithwestein hospital
foi se\eial weeks.
i)i. .1. F. Kothman, optometust,
will be in town on Tildas and Sat
uida\, Nosmebei 2 and 30. Eves
examined and glasses fitted Office
at Commercial hotel. ,58-tfc
On Saturdax the Methodist Ladies'
Aid societv will hold a food sale at
Orton & Kalihei 's stoie to which the
public is united Home-made foods
will be offeied at leasonable prices.
Miss Anna R. Johnson and Harry
B. Wilkes ol Wahkon were married
lecenth at Glenwood. Miss Johnson
is a giaduate of the Northwestern
hospital and has manj friends here
who wish her happiness.
Joe Townsend, John Anderson and
otheis left foi the northern wilds on
Saturda\ to hunt deer and other
things The tiouble with Joe is
that he scaiceh e\er brings home
anything but a well-denned case of
buck feAer.
Befoie .-sou stait foi Princeton to
have ou pictuie taken beure it ison
the first or third Saturday or Sunday
of the month, as these are the only
dajs you will find Nelson, the famous
photographer irom Anoka, at his
studio in Princeton. 2-tfc
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Do not let a cold run away with you. As
sert your rights by fighting a cold with the
proper weapon. The best way to head off a
cold and overcome it is by taking
Rexall Cold Tablets
The handy and convenient form in which
these tablets are made render them pleasant to
take and effective in results. Fifty coated
tablets in each box. Will break up a cold in
less than 24 hours. 25c. per box.
Open Sundays from 9 m. to 1 p. m.
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The Rexall Druggist
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Today the county board is in ses
sion at the court house.
A. S. Mark is here this week at
tending to business matters.
Miss Grace Rogers visited relatives
in Mora on Friday and returned the
following day.
Geo. S. Farnham of Spencer Brook
left on Saturday for California to
spend the winter.
Solomon Long's shoe sale will close
next Saturday. Read announcement
in advertising columns.
Albert Krueger of Crown was inment
town on business Friday and the
Union is indebted to him for a call.
Everyone should have a business
education and Mankato Commercial
college, Mankato, Minn., is the school
to get it.
I am now prepared to saw wood for
whomsoever may require it. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Herman Emme,
Bogus Brook. 3tp
Mrs. Jennie Gordon, who was a
guest of Mrs. Nora Nichols for a
fortnight, has returned to her home
in Minneapolis.
Please take notice that Nelson's
photo studio in Princeton is open on
the first and third Saturda\ and
Sundav of each month. 22-tfc
Within the past week hundieds of
hunters have passed through here on
their way north to ran the risk ot
being mistaken for deer and shot.
A chicken supper will be given
Odd Fellows* hall on No\embei 22,
fio 5 to 8 o'clock, bv the ladies of
the Swedish Lutheran church Tick
ets 25 cents.
The lllage council met on Tues
dav e\ening, but in consequence of
the absence of some of the members
a postponement was taken until next
Monday evening.
For good, wholesome food go tospirited
Orton & Kalihei's store on Satur
day. The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church will hold a sale
there at that time.
The tiustees of the Piinceton
Swedish Lutheran church are le
quested to meet in the edifice next
Saturday at 2 p. m. for the consider
ation of business matters.
The county commissioners, accom
by County Surveyor Chapman,
.yesterday inspected state highway
No. 1, extending from Milaca to
Page, as well as the so-called lake
road
The Soo railway is putting in
stoekjards at Wahkon. This will
prove of great convenience to the
farmeis the surrounding country,
many of whom ha\e engaged in stock
raising.
Photographei Pavette will have a
splendid studio in the vacated Armi
tage dm- store. A loof light has
been put in and all the necessary im
provements made for an up-to-date
photogiaphic galleiy.
Verne Mott has purchased an auto
mobile and is scorehing about the
countn like an experienced chauf
feui. He has encountered a few
ditches, we are told, but managed to
get out without anv serious injury.
Louis Noimandin of Gieenbush
marketed a flwo-year-old graded corn
fed steer in Princeton on Monday
which weighed 1,130 pounds and forlanguage.
which he received $50.85. Louis says
that there is money in raising beef
cattle.
Elmer- Woodman mounted a Hooded
Merganser which Swan Olson shot
near Willmar. I is a splendid speci
men, very scaice in this part of the
country, and Elmer mounted it in
excellent manner. He is one of the
best taxidermists in the northwest.
Douglas Loring, who has been vis
iting here for a couple of weeks, left
Monday for Los Angeles, Cal.,
where he will probably remain for
the winter. Mr. and Mrs. R.
McClellan have also returned to the
Pacific coast. All passed a very en
joyable time while here.
THE PROTCETON TTNIOSTt THUBiSBAY,
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Commercial hotel.
A. E. Allen was in St. Paul on
business last Monday.
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The Dorcas society will meet nex"t
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. S
H. Ferrell.
August Gerth departed on Monday
for Rheame, N. D., to visit his son 5
for a few weeks.
T. J. Kaliher and his father, Den
nis Kaliher, went to the twin cities
for a visit on Monday.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will meet with Mrs. Clarence Hill
next Wednesday afternoon.
County Superintendent Ewing was
visiting the schoolma'ams in Green
bush and other districts on Tuesday.
Ernest Schimming and Jake Van
derhagen returned home on Monday
after spending a month at Lamber
ton.
In an ad on page 8 G. A. Barrett
calls attention to his feed mill on
the north side, which is now in
operation.
August Thoma shipped two cars of
cattle to South St. Paul today and is
fattening a number of fine heifers
on his farm.
For sale, an upright piano as good
as new, cheap for cash if taken at
once. G. W. Griffiin, 2 miles north
of Princteon. lt
Each of those 297 Mille Lacs county
voters who voted against the good
roads amendment is entitled to a
leather medal.
Orton & Kaliher's new advertise
in this number should prove of
interest to men and boys in need of
wearing apparel.
L. E. Svarry's grocery store will
not reopen for business until Novem
ber 23, instead of November 16, as
previously announced.
A dance will be given at Long Sid
ing hall on Saturday evening, No
vember 16. Music by Strom wall's
orchestra. A good time assured, lt
The sacrament of the Lord's sup
per will be observed on Sunday morn
ing at the Methodist church and
there will also be a reception of
members.
Frank Stadden yesterday moved
into his new 7-room cottage in the
south part of town. Mr. Stadden
built this house himself and it is a
neat, cosy little place.
Henry Avery's new home is near
ing completion. When finished he
will have one of the neatest homes
in Princeton. C. O. Moore has the
contract for its construction.
Mrs. D. J. Coleman and daugh
ter, Mary, of Le Sueur, who has
been visiting Mrs. Coleman's daugh
tei, Anna, at Wm. Kaliher's, re
turned to their home on Monday.
"Fire! Fire!" is Rev. Service's
theme for his sermon next Sunday
evening, and it will doubtless be a
address. The subject is
atbloom
least unique and should attract a
large audience.
Last week our Blue Hill correspon
dent referred to the deplorable con
dition of the road leading west from
the depot. The Union has called at
tention to that piece of road on
several occasions but to no purpose.
M. C. Berry and daughter, Mabel,
Fennimore Howard, Mrs. C. Judkins
and Mrs. Cynthia Howard went up
to Cass Lake on Tuesday to go into
camp for a few days. The men will
hunt deer and the ladies do the
cooking.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cravens of Min
neapolis autoed up to Milaca on Sun
day and on Monday, while on the
return trip, stopped off in Princeton
for a short time to visit friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Cravens are always wel
come here.
On Thanksgiving night, November
28, the male members of the Meth
odist congregation will give an
exbeen
perience meeting in the church and
a 10-cent supper will be served from
5 to 8 o'clock. A program consisting
oi addresses, vocal renditions and
recitations will be presented in the
audience hall.
This evening Rev. Salvesen of Min
neapolis will hold gospel services in
the Swedish Lutheran church and
deliver a sermon in the Norwegian
Tomorrow evening his
sermon will be in English. There
will also be a Norwegian service at
10:30 on Sunday morning and an
English service in the evening. The
genera] public is invited to attend
these srevices and a special invita
tion is extended to Lutherans.
A party consisting of Ira G. Stan
ley and brother, R. D. Byers, Dr.
McRae, Ray Wetsel, W. H. Ferrell,
Frank, Goulding, Ben Soule, George
Ross, O. B. Randall and Fred Keith
left on Saturday morning for Bruno
to gather in, if possible, the legal
limit of deer. They were conveyed
to Cambridge by E. L. McMillan,
Gerald Petterson and Glen Ferrell in
automobiles and from there took the
train.
iNOVEMBEB 14, 1912.
C. H. NELSON'S
Store News
We have a few special bar
gains this week which will be
of interest to everyone.
Ladies' Klosfit Heather
petticoats, a garment
which is guaranteed as to fit
and workmanship by its man
ufacturers, the $2 value for
$1.48.
Ladies' flannelette shirt
waists, $1.25 snd $1.50 val
ues, now 85c.
We have one lot of all-wool
white sweaters, good styles
but slightly soiled, $5 values,
this week $2.48.
Fashion again favors the
regulation waist line and con
sequently you will need a
belt. At our store you will
find just the kind you have
looking for.
Black and white patent
leather belts, with a white
bone buckle, very stylish, for
50 cents.
Narrow patent leather
belts, in black, red and white,
also suitable for children's
wear.
Suede and kid belts, black
and colors, different styles,
25 and 50c.
Let us show you our new
lace bedspreads, shams and
stand covers. These are lace
and drawn work, quite the
latest thing of their kind.
They are very pretty and are
made to stand the wear as
well.
Clothes, Caps and Toggery
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and its ready for you at a minutes
notice, ready to put on and wear with-
out any more delay than to find your
fit and to please your fancy.
Perhaps You're Somewhat Shy on Toggery
May be anew cap, a handsome tie, new dress shirts or your
collar and cuff stock needs replenishing.
In fact, if you need anything in clothing or toggery we're
at your service with the BEST at modest prices.
ORTO N & KALIHE
Ads in The Union Bring Results.
THE GENUINE
P. STEWART
This Stewart
Steel Range
9x18 reservoir and high closet,
made of best cold rolled steel,
fully warranted. Just like
the cut. Our price
$35.00
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Ready for Thanksgiving? Turkey
ft Dressing isn't half as important as dress
ing for the turkey and for the festive
occasion when that noble bird is the
central attraction.
Our business is dressing men and
boys, from the sack suit for business to
clothes for formal evening dress.
We Have Everything in Apparel That a
Man May Ask For
P. P. Stewart
Heaters
We wish to impress upon you
the importance of buying a P. P.
Stewart Heater. It will reduce
your coal bill, and give you more
heat than and other stove made.
We have them in different sizes
and styles from
$33.00
to
Evens Hardware Co.
PRINCETON, MINN.
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$60.00
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